Procedure:  Evaluation of Satisfactory Academic Progress
Associated Policy:  Federal Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress
Responsible Unit: Student Affairs
Category: Financial Aid Office of Origin:  Enrollment Management - Financial Aid Policy Contact by Title: Director of Business Services
Created Date: 7.1.2011 Effective Date:  7.1.2011 Revised Date(s): 5.1.2014; 1.6.2020
A student's Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is reviewed every academic semester. At each point in time, a student will be assigned one of four designations. Note that these statuses may be in addition to other types of academic or disciplinary probation.

1.  Good Standing: The student continues to receive financial aid because he or she has demonstrated satisfactory academic progress.

2.  Financial Aid Warning Status: The student will continue to receive financial aid for the next semester, but must complete SAP standards by the end of the semester in which he/she was on warning.

3.  Financial Aid Probationary Status: The student who was on "Warning Status" in the prior semester and failed to meet the SAP standards. The student will only be eligible for financial aid after appealing the loss of financial aid and financial aid eligibility being reinstated by the Director of Financial Aid and Enrollment Technology.

4.  Financial Aid Termination Status: The student will no longer continue to receive financial aid until such time as he or she demonstrates satisfactory academic progress.